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If you could spare the extra cash, the 6850 would be a far greater upgrade and better purchase overall. It will last you much longer and handles DX11 titles with tessellation far better than the HD5000 series.
agreed.
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So my 4850 just died on me and was planning on purchasing a new card.

I need some help deciding between the 5750 and the 5770. I found both cards for the same price,(5750 cheaper with rebate) but was wondering if the 5770 was the same price because its made from lower quality stuff or whats the deal?

anyways here are the 2 cards im looking at

5750 -
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-865-_-Product

5770-

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...scrollFullInfo

Also the other 5750 is the same price as the one without Vapor X.

My thinking for choosing these cards is because if i get anything better im pretty sure my system will bottleneck it. I also heard that the 5750 vapor X can be overclocked or even modded into a 5770.

Any advice would be appreciated thanks

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post #13 of 21
I'd truthfully, even though you didnt mention it, save up and get a 6850 or 6870 since they are around 200 bucks most of the time, and they are close to the 5850s and 5870s which a 5850 is just about twice as fast as a 4850, so a 6850 would be a good upgrade
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They just had a sale on the 6850 for $155 AR. Not sure if that one is still going or not.
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post #15 of 21
I would go for a 5770, if you get this one it's only $100 AR plus there is a bunch of 5770s on the OCN marketplace going for not to much either. Of course a 6850 would be nice, but if you budget max is $100 there is nothing wrong with a 5770, it will serve you well!
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I'd truthfully, even though you didnt mention it, save up and get a 6850 or 6870 since they are around 200 bucks most of the time, and they are close to the 5850s and 5870s which a 5850 is just about twice as fast as a 4850, so a 6850 would be a good upgrade
Damn, you guys are going to make me broke. I could afford one of the 6850's but with Christmas and all I am already spending alot of money.

Was also thinking since my system is pretty old, I would just get a decent card for about 100 bucks then eventually build a new system. I don't want to upgrade my current comp because its a crap pre-build that i got from circuit city. With the mobo I cant even overclock the cpu and I even heard that my windows OS could be locked to my mobo.

The 6850 looks very temping, though iirc most of the games i had trouble running were cpu heavy games.

Would it be possible to buy a new mobo that is compatible with the rest of my components like my cpu, ram, ect. then get an aftermarket cpu heatsink and overclock it?

or is this harder than i think?
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post #17 of 21
If you can the MSI 5770 Hawk is the best of the 5770 cards out there.


For the love of God, stay away from PowerColor.
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If you can the MSI 5770 Hawk is the best of the 5770 cards out there.


For the love of God, stay away from PowerColor.
Lol thats why I was asking, i didnt want to buy a card that would die on me in a few months.
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Go for a 68** series. I have the 5770 Hawk, it's great and all but I'm already looking into crossfire or 68** card.
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Go for a 68** series. I have the 5770 Hawk, it's great and all but I'm already looking into crossfire or 68** card.
Yea it seems like the 6850 is the best bang for your buck.

where does the gtx460 stand in this, particularly the 768 version.

this one

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-390-_-Product
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